Underground press publications
Found in 182 Collections and/or Records:
This folder contains volume 3, issue 1 of Alerts, a publication created by inmates incarcerated in Washington D.C.
This folder contains a publication about and created by the All-American Conference to Combat Communism, an anti-communist group originally founded in 1950.
This folder contains documents created by the All Peoples' Congress, an anti-racism group that was active in the early 1990's, not to be confused with the "All People's Conference," the political party in Sierra Leone.
This folder contains material created by Americans Against Union Control of Government, an anti-union group created in 1976. The materials within outline the group's purpose as preventing public sector unions from gaining membership from the ranks of state and federal government employees.
This folder contains information about the UConn chapter of Allies and Queers Undergraduate Association, a group that advocated for an end to institutional discrimination against sexual minorities.
This folder contains volume 2 issue 1 of ‘Arke,’ a student run publication from Manchester, New Hampshire that was focused on high school students. This publication appears to be more pro-military and pro-draft than many of its contemporaries.
This folder contains volume 1, issues 1 and 2 and volume 2, issues 1 and 2 of 'Basta Ya!,' a socialist newsletter created Puerto Rican students at the University of Connecticut.
This file contains a flier printed by the Coalition for Reproductive Freedom, a pro-choice and women's healthcare advocacy group based out of the Jamaica Plain neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts. This particular flier is a request for members of the public to donate to the Coalition for Reproductive Freedom.
This folder contains two fliers created by the Coalition to Project the UConn budget, a group created to advocate against UConn's budget being downsized by the Connecticut state government.
This folder contains documents created and distributed by the University of Connecticut chapter of the Committee Against Racism, a group dedicated to fighting racism on both social and institutional levels. Many of the documents in this folder are printed in both English and Spanish.
This folder contains a flier encouraging people to join the Committee to Protect the UConn Budget, a group created to advocate against UConn's budget being downsized by the Connecticut state government.
This folder contains documentation created by the University of Connecticut chapter of the Community Action Committee, a group dedicated to using local groups and communities to influence social and political change on a large scale. The contents of these documents specifically focus on the Vietnam War and American involvement in southeastern Asia as a whole.
This folder contains a flier that explains the purpose of the Cooperative Highschool Independent Press Syndicate (CHIPS). It also provides the organization's history and explains how an independent high school newspaper can become a member of CHIPS.
This folder contains volume 1 issue 2 of ‘Daily Planet,’ an independent newspaper published by students at the Brooklyn High School of Science in New York, New York. This specific issue features a front-page mockup of a wanted poster for then-president Richard Milhous Nixon, with the crimes of genocide, homicide, and conspiracy listed.
This file contains the spring 1970 issue of ‘Derelicked,’ a publication written and distributed by high school students at Edgewood School in Highland Park, Illinois. This issue discussed social injustices such as the Kent State Shootings, racial inequality, and student rights.
United States and Western European fanzines, primarily science fiction and fantasy.
This file contains an issue of ‘Freedom Rider,’ a publication created by High School Students in Charleston, West Virginia. The publication contains articles discussing social issues, especially racial inequality and civil rights.
This file contains an issue of ‘Frox,’ an independent news publication created and distributed by students at Long Beach High School in Long Beach, California. The publication discusses social issues from the perspective of high school students, but also covers larger-scale topics like the U.S. military intervention in Cambodia and South African apartheid.
This folder contains a mail-in form and information packet about a book entitled ‘We Must Defend America,’ about written by a retired army general named Dainel O. Graham and publicized by the ‘High Frontier’ project.
This folder contains a publication put out by High School Youth Against War & Fascism. The publication features short news stories about high school students and teachers from across the country.
This folder contains materials that advocate for the rights of American Students, particularly the right to self-determination and choice in their education. The documents were printed and distributed by high school students.
This folder contains documents pertaining to and information about The High School Project, which was designed to give high school students a way to communicate with each other to organize methods of effective change in their communities. The project itself was an offshoot of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial.
This folder contains documents published and distributed by the Student Information Center, an organization created and operated by high school students for the purpose of providing information to other students who are interested or concerned about their schools or are in some way involved in changing them.
This folder contains a letter written to supporters of High School Students Against the War (H.S.S.A.T.W.) and signed by three people: Roger Bernstein, William Owens, and Dave Prowler. The letter discusses how H.S.S.A.T.W. plans to split its remaining funds amongst organizations that they feel would be able to use them more effectively.
The folder contains issues 1, 2, and three from volume 1 of ‘Hot Lead,’ a publication put out by high school students in Orange, Connecticut, as well as issue 3 of volume two.
This folder contains issues 5, 6, 7, and 8 of ‘Iskra,’ a publication written and distributed by students at Windsor High School in Windsor, Connecticut. It also contains an Iskra bumper sticker, a self-published ‘High School Student Bill of Rights,’ and a list of questions for speakers Wilbur Smith, Larry Kudlow, Howard Hausman, and John Bailey, who visited Windsor in the summer of 1970.